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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

SEE PHOTOS:- Baby 'born Twice' After Tumour Surgery To Save Her Life


A baby removed from the womb for life-saving surgery
before being put back inside her mother is looking forward
to a healthy future.
LynLee Boemer, from Texas, had a large tumour which
was stealing her blood supply and causing her heart to
shut down.
Some doctors recommended a termination but Margaret
Boemer found doctors at Texas Children's Hospital who
said they might be able to save her baby's life.
"It was a choice of allowing the tumour to take over her
body or giving her a chance at life and so that's what we
chose was to give her a chance," Mrs Boemer said.

LynLee is now nearly five months old

At 23 weeks pregnant, LynLee was cut out the womb for a
delicate five-hour operation to remove the sacrococcygeal
teratoma - which was almost as large as the foetus itself.
The baby's heartbeat slowed to a crawl, but a specialist
was able to keep it going so surgeons could cut out the
bulk of the tumour.
LynLee - who weighed just over a pound - was then put
back in the womb and her mother stitched up.
Mrs Boemer was laid up for 12 weeks' rest before the little
girl was safely delivered by caesarean section on 6 June -
after a full nine-month pregnancy.
A week later, LynLee had minor surgery to remove the last
of the tumour.
"She had more surgery and they were able to remove the
rest of the tumour and kind of reconstruct how things
looked and moved her muscles around and everything to
fill in where the tumour was," said Mrs Boemer.
"How exciting it is that she's made it through and not only
made it through but done so well," added the proud mum.
LynLee is now settling down to life in Lewisville, Texas,
with her father and two elder sisters.
She looks set to have a healthy future - the doctor who
performed the surgery, Dr Oluyinka Olutoye, told CNN he
had done the operation once before, seven years ago, and
the girl is "completely normal".
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